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Dearborn Farm Equipment

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11-18-2006 11:32:24

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I have an old trailer made by Dearborn. On the tag it has "Dearborn Farm Equipment, Dearborn Motor Corp., Detriot 3 Michigan, Model 21-1, Serial 2457".

Its in pretty bad shape, had wanted to make a parade wagon out of it. Before I decide to try and save it or junk it I wanted to know if was something worth saving. Several stress fractures and some rusted out places on it.

If I do decide to junk it would anyone need parts from it? Or does anyone have parts if I decided to keep it?

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11-19-2006 06:17:30

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 Re: Dearborn Farm Equipment in reply to SuperA-Tx, 11-18-2006 11:32:24  
Are you talking about a 4 wheel farm wagon or a 2 wheel trailer, either way they are about as scarce as hens teeth around these parts, this was Ford country and I have never seen either one in my 63 years so I would say as scarce as they are fix it up.

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11-19-2006 11:54:46

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 Re: Dearborn Farm Equipment in reply to Leroy, 11-19-2006 06:17:30  
Its a four wheel type, about 8 feet or so between wheels. Has a frame that sticks up about 1 1/2 feet above the axle that the bed bolts too. On top of that frame there are two holes on each side that has springs in them so you dont actually bolt the bed straight onto the trailer frame. Wheels have six lugs.

On the wheel humbs it has two of the hub caps there with "Campbel" on it. Dont know if that matters or if they were original.

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11-20-2006 05:32:25

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 Re: Dearborn Farm Equipment in reply to SuperA-Tx, 11-19-2006 11:54:46  
I have seen some pictures but they were the standard bolster,not the spring bolster so that would make it even more rare as those were an option from all manufactures. That could have been the maker of the hub and Dearborn used the same 6 bolt wheels that fit on the tractors on all there implements

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